Aerobatic & Static Displays


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Static Aircraft Display

With the Static Aircraft Display Area situated just beside the main exhibition hall and the rows of hospitality chalets, visitors could easily view the impressive array of advanced avionics in fighter cockpits, tour the plush cabins of luxury jets and get inside the holds of transport giants.

Check out the aircraft on display at Singapore Airshow 2018! Stay tuned for more updates as we unveil the line-up for 2020.


Textron Aviation

Grand Caravan Ex

Type: Single Turboprop


Textron Aviation

Grand Caravan Ex

Category: Civil

Type: Single Turboprop


The Grand Caravan EX was engineered for challenging missions, high payloads, and short, rough runway while delivering single-engine economy and simplicity.

Textron Aviation

Citation Latitude

Type: Business Jet

Textron Aviation

Citation Latitude

Category: Civil

Type: Business Jet

The first business jet to combine a wide, flat-floor, stand-up cabin with a midsize price.

  • Range(4Pax, HSC): 5,000Km (2,700 nm)

  • Max cruise Speed: 826Km/h(446 Ktas)

  • Maximum Passengers : 9

United States Air Force

F/A-18E

Type: Aircraft Carrier Capable Strike-Fighter

United States Air Force

F/A-18E

Category: Military

Type: Aircraft Carrier Capable Strike-Fighter

All weather, aircraft carrier-capable strike fighter platform operated by the U.S. Navy.

United States Air Force

Boeing E-3B Sentry

Type: Airborne Early Warning

United States Air Force

Boeing E-3B Sentry

Category: Military

Type: Airborne Early Warning

The E-3 Sentry is an airborne early warning and control military aircraft. It provides surveillance, command, control, and communications.

United States Marine Corp

VMFA-121 - F-35B Lightning II

Type: Multi-role Fighters


United States Marine Corp

VMFA-121 - F-35B Lightning II

Category: Military

Type: Multi-role Fighters


The F-35B short takeoff/vertical landing (STOVL) variant is the world's first supersonic STOVL stealth aircraft. It is designed to operate from austere bases and a range of air-capable ships near front-line combat zones. It can also take off and land conventionally from longer runways on major bases. The U.S. Marine Corps' F-35B aircraft reached initial operational capability (IOC) on July 31, 2015, and as of January 2017, a squadron ofF-35Bs is permanently based at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft

Sukhoi Superjet

Type: Transport

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft

Sukhoi Superjet

Category: Civil

Type: Transport

The SSJ100 – a fusion of Russia’s famed aviation design and production skills with the latest systems from leading aerospace suppliers around the world – offers standards of economy, performance, environmental efficiency and passenger comfort never before seen in a 100-seat airliner.

Royal Thai Air Force

Gripen Jet

Type: Fighter Jet

Royal Thai Air Force

Gripen Jet

Category: Military

Type: Fighter Jet

"The air is indivisible; it covers land and sea.” Over the Kingdom of Thailand, Royal Thai Airforce is making the peace by using the modern fighter jet like Gripen. Gripen, a modern multi-role fighter aircraft that is designed to counter a wide range of existing and future threats. It is capable of taking off and landing on roads and could be capable of using unpaved runways. Gripen is armed with smart weapons and be integrated with excellence networks. This technology can perform an extensive range of air-to-air, air-to-surface and reconnaissance missions.

Royal Australian Air Force

E7A Wedgetail

Type: Airborne Early Warning

Royal Australian Air Force

E7A Wedgetail

Category: Military

Type: Airborne Early Warning

Based at RAAF Williamtown in Australia, the E-7A Wedgetail is an Air Battle Management platform providing airborne control to fighter aircraft.

Royal Australian Air Force

P-8A

Type: Search and Rescue

Royal Australian Air Force

P-8A

Category: Military

Type: Search and Rescue

Wing Span 37.7m, Length 39.5m, MTOW 189,000 lbs, a Tactical crew of 10, External stores x4 AGM-84s, Internal Stores x5 Mk54 Torpedoes, Sonobuoys and SAR stores. In-service date: Nov 2016. Lifespan: 30+ years. Total aircraft: 15.

Gulfstream

G650

Type: Business Jet

Gulfstream

G650

Category: Civil

Type: Business Jet

- Max Range: 7500nm / 13,890km

- Typical Passenger Outfitting: Up to 19

- Sleep: Up to 10 - Max Operating Speed: M.925

- Max Takeoff Weight 103,600lbs / 46,992kg

- Max Cruise Altitude: 51,000ft / 15,545m

Embraer

Phenom 300

Type: Business Jet

Embraer

Phenom 300

Category: Civil

Type: Business Jet

Phenom 300E delivers top-tier performance and next-generation avionics, along with a revolutionary interior design for improved ergonomics, ease of maintainability and unmatched comfort and space.

Dassault Aviation

8X

Type: Business Jet

Dassault Aviation

8X

Category: Civil

Type: Business Jet

The Falcon family of jets encompasses six aircraft, all positioned at the top end of the business jet market, from the twin-engine 3,350 nm large-cabin Falcon 2000S to its new flagship, the tri-engine 6,450 nm ultra-long range Falcon 8X.

Bombardier

Q400

Type: Business Jet

Bombardier

Q400

Category: Civil

Type: Business Jet

This Q400 aircraft is the only large turboprop that can offer up to 90 seats. Philippine Airlines, the first airline in Asia and flag carrier of the Philippines, was the launch operator of the world’s first dual-class, 86-seat Q400 turboprop. The Q400 aircraft provides unmatched performance and operational flexibility. Its combination of turboprop attributes, jet-like features, industry-leading passenger experience and environmental footprint makes the Q400 an aircraft that is exceptionally versatile. By offering a 30 % reduction in fuel burn over jets, the Q400 aircraft radically reduces carbon emissions and increases cost efficiency. Its large propellers generate more power with less noise, making it a friendly option for city centers.

Bell Helicopter

Bell 505 Jet Ranger X

Type: Commercial Helicopter

Bell Helicopter

Bell 505 Jet Ranger X

Category: Civil

Type: Commercial Helicopter

The Bell 505 Jet Ranger X is Bell Helicopter’s new five-seat aircraft designed for safety, efficiency, and reliability through the use of advanced avionics technology. It incorporates proven dynamic components, advanced aerodynamic design, a dual channel FADEC Turbomeca Arrius 2R engine and best-in-class value.

Airbus Helicopters

H135

Type: Utility Helicopter, Light twin engine

Airbus Helicopters

H135

Category: Civil

Type: Utility Helicopter, Light twin engine

The H135 is a helicopter of reference for air ambulance operators worldwide. It combines a wide, unobstructed cabin with excellent performance, range and payload capacity – along with low-noise operations. The new Helionix cockpit system further enhances safety by reducing workload for pilots. With a load capacity of nearly 3,000 kg and a 7-passenger cabin capacity, it is the most powerful aircraft within its category.

Airbus Helicopters

H130

Type: Light Single Engine, Multi-mission helicopter

Airbus Helicopters

H130

Category: Civil

Type: Light Single Engine, Multi-mission helicopter

Offering a spacious and comfortable cabin, low sound levels, the best visibility and the lowest operating cost per passenger in its class, the H130 is a reference for passenger transport and tourism operations around the world. It is also widely used for other missions including private and business aviation, emergency medical services and aerial work. The powerful and versatile aircraft has a useful load of 1,046kg and cabin space for up to 7 passengers.

Aerobatic Flying Displays

The Singapore Airshow 2018 featured a spectacular line-up of flying displays that took our breaths away! Stay tuned for more exciting updates as we plan to feature more swashbuckling manoeuvres and even more amazing aerial performances in 2020.

Jupiter Aerobatic Team 6 x KT-1B Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU)

Jupiter is the callsign for flying instructors of the Flight Training Wing of Adisutjipto airfield in Yogyakarta, one of the small cities in Indonesia with a strong cultural tradition. Bearing the Jupiter name is a source of pride and a recognition of the discipline and dedication necessary to be an Air Force aviator. Our vision is to become a world-class aerobatic team. It is an honor to demonstrate our capabilities in a variety of International events. We are doing what we are doing to bring more peace on the Earth.

SU-30 MKM Royal Malaysian Air Force

The Su-30MKM from the Royal Malaysian Air Force is a highly sophisticated state-of-the-art flying machine that can defy all laws of aerodynamics one can ever perceive. The Su-30MKM is a two-seater multi role fighter aircraft (MRCA) with the capability of carrying out combat missions at significant distances from their home base in any weather conditions day and night. It has a fuselage of almost 72’ in length, with a wing span of about 48’ and stands a height of 21’. Powered by AL 31fp twin engines, providing a thrust of 55,000lbs with full ager burner, enabling the aircraft to reach a top speed of Mach 2.

JAS-39 C/D Royal Thai Air Force

One of the most agile fighter for close combat. A combination of advanced aerodynamic layout utilizing a combined close-coupled canard – delta configuration and a triplex, digital Fly-By-Wire Flight Control System (FCS) leads to a winning Dog-Fight capability. “Keep your eyes on the demonstration flight of the stable aircraft named Gripen from Royal Thai Air Force.

More information on the 2020 static and flying display line-up and teams will be made available December 2019. Subscribe to our mailing list to be amongst the first to receive the latest updates!